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Step 1 :

Step 2:

Step 4: Adjust the intensity of the blur


using the slider at the bottom of the
screen.

confirm.

Tap on Tool to open the Tools


menu and select the Tilt Shift Tool.

T i lt S h i f t To o l

Drag the arrows at the top and


bottom of the screen to adjust the border of the blur effect.

Step 3: Perform a two-finger pinch to


make the range of the blur effect more
narrow. Drag the circular cursor to place
the effect on your image.

Step 5:

Step 6:

Tap on the check mark to

Save your work and share it!

#FreeToEdit image by @mauryargentino


Made for iOS version

Inspired by @creative_mind

Step 1: Open a photo of someone holding


a paintbrush in Draw. Perform a two-finger
pinch to zoom in.

Step 2:

Tap on the paintbrush icon to


open your brush settings.

Step 3: Scroll through the brush options


and select the one youd like to use. Tap on
the check mark to confirm.

Step 4: Tap on the square in the bottom


left corner to open the Color Chooser.

Step 5:

Step 6: Tap and drag your finger to select


your color from the image. Be sure to start
with darker tones and then work your way
toward lighter tones as you go.

Tap on the eyedropper icon.

Original #FreeToEdit image by @arevdanielian

Paint On

Made for iOS version

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Inspired by @creative_mind

Step 7:

Use medium-sized brush strokes


to start painting along the edge of your
figure. Repeat Steps 4-6 to switch to a
slightly lighter color.

Step 8:

Continue painting along the edge


of your figure, switching to lighter colors as
you go. When youre done painting over the
lower portion of the photo, tap on the layers
icon in the bottom right corner to open the
layers drawer.

Step 9:

Step 10:

Step 11: Paint over the edge of the face.


Continue painting using various skin tones.
Use a pink brush to paint over the lips.

Step 12:

Select a darker version of the


skin tone of your figure.

Tap on the plus sign and select


Empty Layer. Tap on the layers icon to
close the layers drawer.

Select the hair color.

Original #FreeToEdit image by @arevdanielian

Paint On

Made for iOS version

Page 3
Inspired by @creative_mind

Repeat the same process to paint


over the hair using light and dark tones. When
youre done, perform a two-finger pinch to
zoom out. Use two fingers to drag the canvas
so that you can continue painting on the area
to the right of your figure.

Step 14:

Step 16:

Step 17: If youd like to save your creation


as a draft (this will preserve all of your
layers so that you can come back and edit
your drawing later), tap on Save Draft.
Otherwise, just tap Skip.

Step 13:

Tap on Apply.

Select your background color.

Step 15:

Start painting over your


background using broad strokes. Switch to
lighter tones as you go. When youre done,
tap on the square icon in the top toolbar and
select Fit screen to view the whole canvas.

Step 18:

Your image will be opened in the


photo editor. Tap on the arrow in the top
right corner to save and share your creation.
Dont forget to add the hashtag #PaintOn so
that everyone can find it!

Original #FreeToEdit image by @arevdanielian

Paint On

Made for iOS version

Step 1: Open a picture of clouds in the


photo editor. Tap on the Effect icon.

Step 2:

Open the Pop Art section and


select the Color Gradient Effect. Tap on the
gear icon to open the Effect settings menu.

Step 3: Choose the color scheme you


like, or create your own by tapping on the
Color1 and Color2 boxes. Use the sliders to
adjust the saturation and fade. Tap on the
check mark to confirm.

Step 4: Save the cloud image that you


just created, and open a picture of a city in
the photo editor.

Step 5: Tap on the Add Photo icon and


select your cloud image.

Step 6: Use the arrow icon in the bottom


right corner to enlarge the added image, and
drag it to place it.

Original #FreeToEdit images by @andyclark and @hrantkhachatryan

Dreamscape

Made for iOS version

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Step 7:

Tap on Normal at the bottom


of the screen to view your blending mode
options and select Hard Light. Tap on the
check mark to confirm.

Step 8:

Tap on the Mask icon to open the


Masks menu.

Step 9:

Step 10:

Step 11:

Step 12:

In the settings tab that opens,


use the sliders to adjust the opacity and the
hue of the Mask.

confirm.

Tap on the check mark to

Open the Bokeh section and


select the Bokeh 20 Mask.

Tap on the Save icon to save


your work. Dont forget to share your image
with the hashtag #Dreamscape!

Original #FreeToEdit images by @andyclark and @hrantkhachatryan

Dreamscape

Made for iOS version

Step 1:

Open a portrait with a plain


white background. Tap on the Add Photo
icon and select a picture of a tree.

Step 2:

Step 4:

Step 5:

Tap on the Clipart icon.

Use the arrow icon in the bottom right corner to enlarge the image.
Use the circular arrows icon in the upper
right corner to adjust the orientation.
Drag the entire added image to place it.

age.

D o u b l e E x p o s u re

Select the Abstractions pack-

Step 3: Tap on the Normal text to


view your blending mode options and
select Lighten. Tap on the check mark
to confirm.

Step 6:

Select the Clipart youd like to

use.

#FreeToEdit image by @howdare and @ayarpio


Made for Android version

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Step 7:

Tap on the colorful square to


open the Color Chooser.

Step 10:

Use your finger or stylus to


erase the portion of the Clipart that
overlaps with the portrait. Tap on the
check mark to confirm.

D o u b l e E x p o s u re

Step 8:

Select a dark blue color and tap


on the check mark to confirm.

Step 9:

Step 11:

Step 12:

Clipart.

Tap on the Add icon and select

Adjust the size and orientation


of the Clipart (as you did in Step 2). Use
the slider to lower the opacity of the
Clipart. Tap on the paintbrush icon.

Continue adding Clipart to


your image. When youre done, tap on
the check mark to confirm.

#FreeToEdit image by @howdare and @ayarpio


Made for Android version

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Step 13:

Tap on the Effect icon.

Step 16:

Select the Light 20 Mask from


the Lights section. Close the pop-up
menu by tapping on the X in the bottom
left corner.

D o u b l e E x p o s u re

Step 14:

Select the Twilight Effect from


the Fx section and tap on the check mark
to confirm.

Step 15:

Tap on the Mask icon.

Step 17:

Step 18:

Save your work and share it!

Use the sliders to adjust the


opacity and the hue of your mask. Tap on
the check mark to confirm.

#FreeToEdit image by @howdare and @ayarpio


Made for Android version

Step 1: Open your image in the photo


editor. Use one of your own pictures, or
search for #FreeToEdit in the app to find one
by another user. Tap on the Effect icon.

Step 2:

Step 4: Tap on the gear icon to open the


settings tab.

Step 5: Use the Offset slider to adjust


how much of your image will be mirrored.
Tap on the check mark to confirm.

Open the Distort section.

Step 3:

Tap on the Mirror Effect.

Step 6: Tap on the Save icon to save your


shot. Tap on the Share icon to share it. Add
the hashtag #MirrorEffect so everyone can
find it!
Original #FreeToEdit image by @jeff290

M i r ro r Ef f e c t

Made for iOS version

Step 1: Open an action shot in the photo


editor. Use one of your own images, or find
a shot by another user by searching for
#FreeToEdit and #Action in the app. Tap on
the Effect icon.

Step 2:

Tap on the Blur section and select


the Motion Blur Effect. Tap on the gear icon
to open the Effect settings tab.

Step 3: Bring the Fade slider down to zero


to increase the intensity of the Effect. At the
top, check the box to the right of the Original
text. This will invert the Effect blurred areas
will become un-blurred, and vice versa. In this
case, the blur will disappear completely.

Step 4: Tap on the gear icon to close the


settings tab.

Step 5: Use your finger or stylus to paint


the Motion Blur Effect onto part of your
image. When youre done, tap on the check
mark to confirm.

Step 6: Tap on the Save icon to save your


image. Tap on the Share icon to share it on
PicsArt. Add the hashtag #MotionBlur so
that everyone can find it!

Original #FreeToEdit image by @tamara_pa

Motion Blur

Made for iOS version

Step 1: Open your image in the photo editor.


You can use one of your own images or find
one you like by searching for #FreeToEdit in
the app. Tap on the Effect icon.

Step 2:

Open the Colors section and


select the Negative Effect.

Step 3: Tap on the target icon. This


feature allows you to apply an Effect using
different shapes.

Step 4: Use the square icon in the


bottom right corner of the shape to adjust
the size, and drag the shape to place it on
your image. When youre done, tap on the
paintbrush icon.

Step 5:

Step 6: Tap on the square icon to switch


to the square shape.

Tap on the target icon again.

Original #FreeToEdit image by @cristinaarty

Go Geometric

Made for Android version

Page 2

Step 7:

Drag the edges of the shape to


adjust the dimensions and drag it to place it
on your image. Tap on Apply.

Step 8:

Step 10:

Step 11: Adjust the size and dimensions


of your shape. Tap on the check mark to
confirm.

Tap on the square shape.

Tap on the Negative Effect again.

Step 9:

Tap on the target icon.

Step 12:

Tap on the Save icon to save


your image. Tap on the Share icon to share
it. Add the hashtag #GoGeometric so that
everyone can find it!

Original #FreeToEdit image by @cristinaarty

Go Geometric

Made for Android version

Step 1: Open your image in the photo


editor (Hint: the Clone Tool works best
on images with simple or patterned
backgrounds). Tap on Tool and select the
Clone Tool.

Step 2:

Tap on the part of your image


that youd like to clone we want to clone
the figure in the image, so we selected the
area just above the head (you can always tap
on the target icon at the top of the screen
to reset your selection). Tap on the circular
icon to open the brush settings menu.

Step 3: Use the sliders to customize


your brush settings. We increased the brush
size and reduced the opacity slightly (the
reduced opacity will make the cloned figure
appear transparent super cool!). Tap on
the check mark to confirm.

Step 4: Use your finger or stylus to paint


on the cloned figure (if you make a mistake
you can always tap on the back arrow to
undo it or tap on Erase to switch to the
Eraser Tool).

Step 5: Paint on a third cloned figure (the


opacity will automatically be reduced again).
When youre done, tap on the check mark to
confirm.

Step 6: Tap on the Save icon to save your


image. Tap on the Share icon to share it. Add
the hashtag #CloneTool to your image so
that everyone can find it!

Original #FreeToEdit image by @toanhuynh2610

C l o n e To o l

Made for iOS version

Step 1: Open the picture youd like to


edit in the photo editor. Use one of your
own shots, or find an image you like by
searching for #FreeToEdit in the app. Tap
on the Add Photo icon and select a picture
taken underwater.

Step 2:

Use the slider to reduce the opacity


of your added image. This will make it easier
for you to see where youre placing it.

Step 3: Use the arrows icon in the bottom


right corner of the added image to enlarge it
so that it covers your entire photo.

Step 4:

Step 5: Use your finger or stylus to erase


the parts of the added image that you dont
need in this case, the area that overlaps
with the bed. You can perform a two-finger
pinch to zoom in for a more precise crop.
When youre done, tap on the check mark to
confirm.

Step 6: Use the slider to bring the opacity


back up to the maximum.

Tap on the paintbrush icon.

Under the Sea

Made for iOS version

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Step 7: Tap on the plus sign and select


Photo. Select an underwater photo with
some fish.

Step 8:

To change your blending mode,


tap on Normal and select Overlay. Use
the slider to reduce the opacity slightly.

Step 9:

Step 10:

Step 11: Use your finger or stylus to erase


the extra parts of the added image. In this
case, we erased everything but the school
of fish. When youre done, tap on the check
mark to confirm.

Step 12:

Tap on the paintbrush icon.

Under the Sea

Use the arrows icon in the


bottom right corner of the added image to
enlarge it, and drag it to place it.

Repeat the same process to add


another school of fish on the other side of
the image. For the final touch, now well add
some water reflections onto the bed. Tap on
the plus sign and select Photo again.

Made for iOS version

Page 3

Select a photo of water. Change


the blending mode by tapping on Normal
and selecting Screen.

Step 14: Use the arrows icon in the


bottom right corner to enlarge the added
image so it covers the bed.

Step 15:

Tap on the paintbrush icon.

Step 16: Use your finger or stylus to erase


the added image everywhere but over the
bed. When youre done, tap on the check
mark to confirm.

Step 17:

Step 18:

Tap on the Effect icon.

confirm.

Step 13:

Under the Sea

Tap on the check mark again to

Made for iOS version

Page 4

Step 19:

Select the Twilight Effect from


the Fx section.

Step 22: Open the Bokeh section and


select the Bokeh Mask youd like to use (we
chose the Bokeh 23 Mask).

Under the Sea

Step 20:

Tap on the check mark to

Step 21:

Tap on the Mask icon.

confirm.

Step 23: In the settings tab that pops


open, use the sliders to reduce the opacity
and to adjust the hue to a soft blue color.
Tap on the check mark to confirm.

Step 24: Tap on the Save icon to save


your shot. Tap on the Share icon to share it
on PicsArt with the hashtag #UnderTheSea.

Made for iOS version

Step 1: Open a close-up photo of eyes in


the photo editor. Use your own shot, or find
one by searching for #FreeToEdit and #Eyes
in the app. Tap on the Clipart icon.

Step 2:

Select the package youd like to


use. We used the Stardust package, but the
Magic Eyes package also works great.

Step 3:

Step 4: Use the arrows icon in the bottom


right corner of the Clipart to make it smaller,
and drag it to place it over the eye.

Step 5: Tap on Normal and select the


Overlay blending mode.

Step 6: Tap on the paintbrush icon. This


will allow you to erase parts of the Clipart
that you dont need.

Select the Clipart image youd


like to use.

Original #FreeToEdit image by @yoyoitsjess

G a l a x y Eye s

Made for iOS version

Page 2

Step 7:

Perform a two-finger pinch to


zoom in on the eye. If youd like to adjust
your brush settings, you can tap on the
circular icon to open the brush settings
menu.

Step 8:

Use your finger or stylus to erase


the extra parts of the Clipart. Tap on the
check mark to confirm.

Step 9: Now well overlay another Clipart


for some extra color. Tap on the plus sign
and select Clipart.

Step 10:

Step 11: Repeat the process to add Clipart


on the other eye. When youre done, tap on
the check mark to confirm.

Step 12:

Repeat the same process to add


a second Clipart image to the eye. When
youre done, perform a two-finger pinch to
zoom back out on your image.

Tap on the Save icon to save


your image. Tap on the Share icon to share
it on PicsArt. Dont forget to add the hashtag
#GalaxyEyes!

Original #FreeToEdit image by @yoyoitsjess

G a l a x y Eye s

Made for iOS version

Step 1: Open a photo of a person from


the back in the photo editor. You can
use one of your own photos or find a
#FreeToEdit image in the app. Tap on the
Tool icon and select the Free Crop Tool.

Step 2:

Tap on the circular icon and


select a small brush size.

Step 3: Use your finger or stylus to select


the figure. You can perform a two-finger
pinch to zoom in as you go for a more
precise selection. When youre done, tap on
the heart icon to save your selection as a
custom Clipart image. Tap on the X twice to
close your image.

Step 4: Open a photo of mountains. Tap


on the Tool icon and select the Free Crop
Tool again.

Step 5: Select a portion of the mountain


and tap on the heart icon to save it as a
custom Clipart image. When youre done,
tap on the X to close the Free Crop Tool.

Step 6: Because well be rotating this


photo, well need to have more sky in the
image. Tap on the Square Fit icon from the
bottom toolbar.

Images via @freetoedit

S e e i n g S i d e w ay s

Made for iOS version

Page 2

Step 7:

Use two fingers to rotate the


image 90 degrees. Tap on the Color option
at the bottom of the screen (the white
background will make it easier to see your
image as you place it).

Step 8:

Drag the image to the right,


leaving blank space for the sky. Tap on the
check mark to confirm.

Step 9:

Step 10:

Step 11: Tap on the dotted square icon in


the top-left corner.

Step 12:

Drag your finger to select a


rectangular portion of the sky.

Tap on the Tool icon and open


the Selection Tool.

Select Copy and then select

Paste.

Images via @freetoedit

S e e i n g S i d e w ay s

Made for iOS version

Page 3

Step 13:

Drag the edges of the shape to

enlarge it.

Step 16:

Tap on the Clipart icon.

Step 14: Drag the shape to place it so it


aligns with the rest of the image. Tap on the
check mark to confirm.

Step 15:

Step 17:

Step 18:

Select the My Clipart section.

Tap on the check mark again to

confirm.

Select your mountain Clipart

image.

Images via @freetoedit

S e e i n g S i d e w ay s

Made for iOS version

Page 4

Step 19:

Drag the arrows icon in the


bottom right corner to enlarge the Clipart
image. Drag the image to place it in the
bottom-right corner.

Step 20:

Step 22:

Step 23: Select the Clipart image of the


person and place him on your image. Tap on
the plus sign and select Clipart again.

Tap on the plus sign and select

Clipart.

Tap on the paintbrush icon.

Step 21:

Use your finger or stylus to erase


the edges of the Clipart image. Tap on the
check mark to confirm.

Step 24:

Tap on the back arrow.

Images via @freetoedit

S e e i n g S i d e w ay s

Made for iOS version

Page 5

Step 25:

Select the In the Sky package.

Step 26:

Step 28:

Tap on the plus sign and select

Step 29: Add a few more cloud Clipart


images. When youre done, tap on the check
mark to confirm.

Clipart.

Select an image of a cloud.

Step 27: Drag the image so that the


cloud appears at the feet of the person.

Step 30: Tap on the Save icon to


save your shot. Tap on the Share icon
to share it on PicsArt with the hashtag
#SeeingSideways!

Images via @freetoedit

S e e i n g S i d e w ay s

Made for iOS version

Step 1 :

Step 2:

Step 4: Use your finger or stylus to erase


the edges of the added image so that
the photo appears only inside the water
drop. Tap on the check mark to confirm.

confirm.

Find a photo of a water drop by


searching in the app for #FreeToEdit and
#WaterDrop. Open it in the photo editor.
Tap on Add Photo and select the photo
youd like to insert (any sort of image
works!).

Wa te r D ro p O v e r l ay

Use the arrow icon in the


bottom right corner to adjust the size
of the added image. Use the circular
arrow icon in the upper right corner to
adjust the orientation. Drag the photo
to place it.

Step 3:

Step 5:

Step 6: Tap on the Save icon to save


your image.

Tap on the check mark again to

Tap on Normal to view your


blending mode options. Select Hard
Light. Tap on the paintbrush icon.

#FreeToEdit images by @hrantkhachatryan and @ma_lina


Made for iOS version

Step 1: Start with a photo of a person


jumping. You can use your own photo or
find one by searching for #FreeToEdit and
#Jump in the app. Open your photo in the
photo editor and tap on Clipart.

Step 2:

Step 4: Use the arrow icon in the bottom


right corner to enlarge the Clipart image.
Adjust the orientation with the circular arrow
icon in the upper right corner. Drag the
Clipart image to place it.

Step 5: Tap on Normal in the bottom


right corner to view your blending mode
options. Select the Lighten blending mode.
Tap on the paintbrush icon.

Select the Stardust Clipart


package. You can download it by tapping
on the Shop icon in the upper right corner
and going to the Themes tab. Youll find the
package under the Galaxy section.

Step 3:

Select the Clipart image youd like

to use.

Step 6: Tap on the circular icon to open


the brush settings menu.

Original #FreeToEdit image by @tarlamazyannare

M y s t i c a l S ce n e

Made for iOS version

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Lower the opacity of your brush


slightly. Tap on the check mark to confirm.

Step 8:

Use your finger or stylus to erase


the part of the Clipart image that overlaps
with the jumping figure. When youre done,
tap on the check mark to confirm.

Step 9:

Step 10:

Step 11: Select the Twilight Effect from


the Fx section. Tap on the check mark to
confirm.

Step 12:

Step 7:

Tap on Effect to open the Effect

menu.

Tap on the check mark again to

confirm.

Tap on the Save icon to save


your image. Dont forget to share it with
your followers on PicsArt!

Original #FreeToEdit image by @tarlamazyannare

M y s t i c a l S ce n e

Made for iOS version

Step 1: Open a portrait or selfie in the


photo editor. Make sure that it has a solid
background. Use one of your own photos,
or find one by searching for #FreeToEdit and
#Portrait in the app. Tap on Tool and select
the Clone Tool.

Step 2:

Drag the cursor to select the area


of your image you would like to clone in
this case, the background.

Step 3: Use your finger or stylus to paint


the cloned area over the head (it doesnt
have to be too precise). When youre done,
tap on the check mark to confirm.

Step 4: Tap on the Add Photo icon and


select the animal photo youd like to add.

Step 5: Use the arrow icon in the bottom


right corner of the added photo to enlarge
it. Drag the photo to place it so that it aligns
with the rest of your image. Tap on the
paintbrush icon.

Step 6: Tap on the circle icon to open the


brush settings menu.

Original #FreeToEdit images by @ma_lina and @toanhuynh2610

Animal Selfie

Made for iOS version

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Step 7:

Select a small brush size. Bring


the hardness of your brush up to 100%. Tap
on the check mark to confirm.

Step 8:

Use your finger or stylus to erase


the edges of the added image so that it
blends in with your photo. Tap on the check
mark to confirm.

Step 9:

Step 10:

Step 11: Select the Cinerama Effect from


the Fx section. Tap on the check mark to
confirm.

Step 12:

Tap on the Effect icon.

Tap on the check mark again to

confirm.

Tap on the Save icon to save


your image. Tap on the Share icon to share
it on PicsArt. Dont forget to add the hashtag
#AnimalSelfie so that everyone can find it!

Original #FreeToEdit images by @ma_lina and @toanhuynh2610

Animal Selfie

Made for iOS version

Inspired by @onkarkumar

Step 1: Open a blank project in Draw. Tap


on the Add icon and select Photo. Select
the image youd like to work with. You can
use one of your own photos, or find an
image tagged with #FreeToEdit.

Step 2:

Use the arrow icon in the bottom


right corner of the added image to enlarge it
so that it covers the entire canvas, and drag
it to place it. Tap on the layers icon to open
the layers drawer.

Step 3: At the top of the layers drawer,


tap on the plus sign and select Empty
Layer.

Step 4: At the bottom of the layers


drawer, tap on the Add icon and select
Photo. Select the same image.

Step 5: Use the slider at the bottom of


the layers drawer to reduce the opacity to
about 50% (this will make it easier to align
your added image). Tap on the layers icon to
close the layers drawer.

Step 6: Drag the arrow icon in the


bottom right corner to enlarge the added
image. Use the circular arrows icon in the
upper right corner to rotate it 90 degrees.
Original #FreeToEdit image by @nihalkiran

Ed g e o f t h e Wo r l d

Made for iOS version

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Step 7:

Drag the image so that the


horizons intersect. Tap on the Eraser icon.
Then, tap on the shape icon. This will allow
you to erase portions of your added image
using different shapes.

Step 8:

Select the square shape and make


sure that the Fill option is selected. Tap on
the check mark to confirm.

Step 9:

Step 10:

Step 11: Use the slider to bring the


opacity back up to 100%. Tap on Done in
the upper right corner of the screen.

Step 12:

Drag the shape so that the


horizontal and vertical horizons of your
images intersect. Tap on the layers icon to
close the layers drawer.

Drag your finger to create a


rectangular shape youll see that the
added image is erased inside of that shape.
Enlarge and rotate the shape so that it runs
along a diagonal axis.

Tap on Save and Share to share


your creation on PicsArt. Add the hashtag
#EdgeOfTheWorld so that everyone can
find it!

Original #FreeToEdit image by @nihalkiran

Ed g e o f t h e Wo r l d

Made for iOS version

Step 1: Open a picture of a person riding


a bike in the photo editor. You can use one
of your own shots, or find a shot by another
user by searching for #FreeToEdit and #Bike
in the app. Tap on the Tool icon and select
the Free Crop Tool.

Step 2:

Tap on the circular icon and


select a small brush size. This will allow
you to be more precise when making your
selection.

Step 3:

Step 4: Close your image and open a


picture of the ocean in the photo editor. Tap
on the Clipart icon.

Step 5:

Step 6:

Select the My Clipart section.

Select the bicycle and rider.


For a more precise selection, perform a
two-finger pinch to zoom in on your image
as you go. If you make a mistake, tap on the
paintbrush icon and switch to the Eraser
Tool. Tap on the heart icon to save your
selection as custom Clipart.

Select your Clipart image.

Images via Unsplash

F l o a t o n Wa te r

Made for iOS version

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Step 7:

Use the arrows icon in the bottom


right corner to enlarge your Clipart image.
Drag the image to place it.

Step 8:

Step 10:

Step 11: Use your finger to paint the


cloned portion over the wheel so it looks
like the wave is crashing into it. Reset your
selection by tapping on the target icon,
and use the Clone Tool again to make the
bottom of the wheels blend into the water.
Tap on the check mark to confirm.

Drag the cursor to select the


part of your image that youd like to clone.
In this case, its the crest of the wave.

Tap on the check mark to

confirm.

Step 9: Tap on the Tool icon and select


the Clone Tool. Well use this to make the
Clipart image blend in with the shot.

Step 12:

Tap on the Save icon to save


your image. Tap on the Share icon to share
it on PicsArt. Dont forget to add the hashtag
#FloatOnWater!

Images via Unsplash

F l o a t o n Wa te r

Made for iOS version

Step 1: Open a portrait in the photo


editor. Use one of your own shots or find
one in the app by searching for #FreeToEdit
and #Portrait. Tap on the Add Photo icon
and select a photo of an animal.

Step 2:

Tap on Normal and select the


Multiply blending mode.

Step 3: Use the arrows icon in the bottom


right corner to enlarge the added image. Use
the circular arrows icon to rotate it. Drag the
image to place it so that the face lines up
with your portrait.

Step 4:

Step 5: Use your finger or stylus to erase


the edges of the added image. If you erase
too much, tap on the paintbrush icon to
switch to the Paintbrush Tool and paint the
added image back on. When youre done,
tap on the check mark to confirm.

Step 6: Now well repeat the process to


add a few leopard spots onto the arms of
our subject. Tap on the plus sign and select
Photo. Choose the same photo.

Tap on the paintbrush icon.

Original #FreeToEdit images by @ayarpio_pa and @freetoedit

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Step 7:

Tap on Normal and select the


Multiply blending mode. Use the slider
to slightly reduce the opacity of the added
image.

Step 10:

Use your finger or stylus to erase


the edges of the added image so that just
the spots appear. Tap on the check mark to
confirm.

Step 8:

Use the arrows icon in the bottom


right corner to enlarge the added image.
Drag the image to place it so that the spots
align with the arms in your portrait.

Step 9:

Step 11:

Step 12:

confirm.

Tap on the check mark again to

Tap on the paintbrush icon.

Tap on the Save icon to save


your shot. Tap on the Share icon to upload it
to PicsArt. Add the hashtag #AnimalOverlay
so that everyone can find it!

Original #FreeToEdit images by @ayarpio_pa and @freetoedit

A n i m a l O v e r l ay

Made for iOS version